Donors Boost Vietnam, Cambodia Health Sector

The European Union and Marie Stopes International have agreed to provide a total of USD3.6 million to help develop the health sectors of Vietnam and Cambodia,

reports. The money will support a three-year project that aims to improve the quality of reproductive health services in the Vinh Long and Thua Thien-Hue provinces of Vietnam and the Svay Rieng region of Cambodia. The project will focus on developing the capacity of local authorities and providers of reproductive health services in these areas.

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